Bears first-round pick Leonard Floyd inactive again vs. Jaguars

Bears’ first-round pick Leonard Floyd will be inactive for the second-straight game Sunday against the Jaguars, while quarterback Jay Cutler remains out with a right thumb sprain.

Floyd did not practice Friday because of a calf injury, which had rendered him inactive last Sunday against the Colts. He suffered the injury in Game 4 against the Lions and did not play in the second half.

DeAndre Houston-Carson is inactive, too, meaning all six rookie defenders will have missed at least one game this season.

The other Bears inactives were expected: cornerback Deiondre Hall (ankle), running back Jeremy Langford (ankle), center Eric Kush and nose tackle Eddie Goldman (ankle).

Bears outside linebacker Leonard Floyd suffered a calf injury in Game 4. (Getty Images)

Bears outside linebacker Leonard Floyd suffered a calf injury in Game 4. (Getty Images)

The Bears had 13 questionable players entering Sunday’s game, the same whopping number as last week.